In April 2007, Moon Township was ranked among the Best Affordable Suburbs in the Northeast by Business Week magazine.
Approx. 24 square miles.
Full-Service Community, governed by five elected officials who appoint a township manager to run day-to-day operations.
- Pittsburgh International Airport within 5 miles.
- Accessed by Interstate 79, future Interstate 376 and Routes 60 and 51.
- Easily accessed by the Ohio, Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, which lead to Pittsburgh and the country's largest inland port.
- Public transportation provided by Port Authority Transit.
- Home to the Business Aviation Center, which provides corporate jet service.
- Cab service provided by Yellow Cab.
- Columbia and Dominion (natural gas)
- Duquesne Light (electricity)
- Verizon (phone, internet)
- Comcast (phone, internet, television)
- Moon Township Municipal Authority (water, sewer, refuse)
- Business Route 60 – 39,400 daily
- University Boulevard – 26,000 daily
- Beaver Grade Road – 18,500 daily
- Brodhead Road – 11,900 daily
- Thorn Run Road – 11,700 daily
- Flaugherty Run Road – 7,400 daily
- Coraopolis Heights Road – 7,100 daily
- Ewing Road – 4,600 daily
- Moon Clinton Road – 4,300 daily
- 22,290 (Moon Township)
- 1.3 million (Allegheny County)
- Median Age
- 37.8 (Moon Township)
- 39.6 (Allegheny County)
- Median Household Income
- $57,000 (Moon Township)
- $42,000 (Allegheny County)
- Level of Education
- High School Graduate or higher – 92.7%
- Bachelor's Degree or higher – 38.1%
Pittsburgh Area Distinctions:
Fourth largest corporate headquarters city in the United States 2007 "Most Livable" region in the United States